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  • Invisible Women | Sarah Long

    Invisible Women

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Sarah Long
    • Narrated By Antonia Beamish
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    Sharp, irreverent and very funny women's fiction for women who won't put up with being told to step aside! Isn't it about time we talked about you? Tessa, Sandra and Harriet have been best friends through first crushes, careers, marriage and the trials of motherhood. After 20 years of taking care of everyone else's every needs, they've found themselves hitting the big 5-0 and suddenly asking themselves, 'What about me?' Sandra has a sordid secret, and Harriet is landed with her ailing mother-in-law.

  • The Next Best Thing | Sarah Long

    The Next Best Thing

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Sarah Long
    • Narrated By Jilly Bond
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    At 35, Jane, a freelance translator, has realised that instead of combining a rewarding career with a satisfying mother-daughter relationship, she's become an all-purpose dogsbody. Rupert has a job in the city, a glamorous girlfriend, and plenty of money. But he's beginning to have doubts about the route he's chosen too. So when he and Jane meet they both start to wonder whether it's really enough to settle for "the next best thing".

  • And What Do You Do? | Sarah Long

    And What Do You Do?

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 50 mins)
    • By Sarah Long
    • Narrated By Jan Francis
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    Meet Laura: the woman who puts the 'je ne sais quoi' into the question: and what do you do? Laura has it all. A gorgeous husband, two beautiful children and an idyllic lady-of-leisure Parisian lifestyle. She spends her mornings sharing croissants and a grand creme with her friends, her afternoons in the Louvre and her evenings attending sophisticated soirees. It's the perfect life, isn't it? But hard as Laura is trying to enjoy her perfect life, it just doesn't seem to feel as perfect as it should.

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